Tanzania Country Study Interview Guidelines and Questionnaires
United States Agency for International Development
Monday, December 5, 2005
This microREPORT provides a brief summary of in-depth interview guidelines along with questionnaires used during the Tanzania high-value horticulture field study to collect qualitative information from various value chain actors.
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